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Mary Tidlund, one of the featured delegates at the 2010 KIN Global Summit, is the Founder & CEO of the Mary A. Tidlund Charitable Foundation, a charitable foundation that identifies, financially supports and participates in medical and educational programs in Canada and overseas. The foundation also has a mandate to alleviate poverty.3 comments
Seth Starner, one of the featured delegates at the 2010 KIN Global Summit, is the Senior Business Innovations Manager at Amway, a direct selling company and manufacturer that sells a variety of products, primarily in the health, beauty, and home care markets. His specialty lies in surfacing, evaluating, building and testing new ideas.5 comments
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Melih Keyman, one of the featured delegates at the 2010 KIN Global Summit, is the President & CEO of KEYTRADE AG, a leading global fertilizer trading company based near Zurich, Switzerland. KEYTRADE AG trades fertilizer in more than 90 nations and has offices throughout Europe and Asia.2 comments
One of the best things about interviewing “the world’s most interesting people” is the opportunity to meet and interact with global thought leaders; individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds who are able to share their unique stories and experiences with our MIPtalk audience. We always appreciate when our guests take the time to speak with us and are genuinely humbled when we’ve made a positive enough impression that they ask us to be a part of new initiatives that they’re involved with.
Robert C. Wolcott, one of the featured delegates at the 2010 Innovation and Humanity Summit, is Lecturer of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the Kellogg School of Management. He teaches corporate innovation and entrepreneurship in Evanston and for Kellogg’s Executive MBA Programs in Hong Kong (with HKUST) and Miami. In 2002 and 2005, he served as Visiting Professor at the Keio Business School (Tokyo).1 comment